Concurrent Causation

Definition of "Concurrent causation"

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Loss caused by two or more perils. A certain amount of controversy exists when one of the perils is insured and the other peril is excluded from coverage. Some courts are beginning to find that even if only one of the perils is insured against, the policy providing the coverage for that peril must pay the damages.

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